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One Woman’s Mission to End Polio in Pakistan

Polio is still a critical problem in Pakistan where vaccination efforts have stalled. Khalida Nasreen is on a...
Polio is still a critical problem in Pakistan where vaccination efforts have stalled. Khalida Nasreen is on a mission to change that. Every morning at 5 a.m., she hops on a motorbike and makes her way around Karachi, going door-to-door to inoculate the children in town. It’s a dangerous job as healthcare workers have lost their lives in the same pursuit, but that doesn’t stop Khalida. Thanks to her efforts, the prevalence of polio in town has decreased, building a brighter future for the next generation of Pakistani children.
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Risk assessment methods - James Vesper

James Vesper goes into details of methods frequently used in risk assessments and gives first hand advise on when...
James Vesper goes into details of methods frequently used in risk assessments and gives first hand advise on when and how best to use them: Preliminary risk assessment, failure mode effects analysis and fault tree analysis.
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00:11:57

Meningitis - Know the Signs

Public Health Wales, in collaboration with Cardiff University, The Meningitis Trust, Practical Media and Meningitis...
Public Health Wales, in collaboration with Cardiff University, The Meningitis Trust, Practical Media and Meningitis UK, have produced a DVD called 'Meningitis - Know the Signs' which was distributed free to all secondary schools and further education colleges in Wales.

In this DVD, medical student Laura Vines - who lost a close friend to meningitis - tells you how to recognise the signs of meningitits and what to do if you think you or someone else could be at risk from this potentially fatal disease.
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00:03:46

VVM use at the most periphery - Serge Ganivet

Serge Ganivet reviews the VVM use at the most periphery through different examples and brings new perspectives on...
Serge Ganivet reviews the VVM use at the most periphery through different examples and brings new perspectives on how to make best decisions based on the expiry and VVM readings.
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00:05:51

Health care on the road in Kenya

In Kenya, we're working with community organisations to help them reach and support thousands of people living with...
In Kenya, we're working with community organisations to help them reach and support thousands of people living with HIV/AIDS. In 2014 Oracle began supporting the work of Riders for Health, and this summer they travelled to Kisumu in Kenya to make this fantastic film about our work.

You can help us get more health workers on the road. Donate to our international appeal before 6th December and help us win a share of $3.25 million - https://www.crowdrise.com/RidersforHealth-SE
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00:02:05

WHO: World Immunization Week 2015 – Close the Immunization Gap

Every year vaccines save up to 3 million lives, but there is a gap. Worldwide 1 in 5 children miss lifesaving...
Every year vaccines save up to 3 million lives, but there is a gap. Worldwide 1 in 5 children miss lifesaving immunizations. This short video explains how we can work to close the immunization gap, because a world free of vaccine-preventable deaths is in our reach. World Immunization week is celebrated 24-30 April.
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00:03:42

Polio's moving target

In 2012 Ewen Callaway travelled to Northern Nigeria to learn more about the global polio eradication effort. We join...
In 2012 Ewen Callaway travelled to Northern Nigeria to learn more about the global polio eradication effort. We join him on the search to find one of the virus' last remaining strongholds in remote nomadic communities that the vaccines couldn't reach.

Read Ewen's feature here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/496290a
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00:02:23

Energy Harvesting System - Health Center Kit

Did you know that in many remote areas of the world, the access to electricity is not reliable or not available? The...
Did you know that in many remote areas of the world, the access to electricity is not reliable or not available? The conditions, in which health care is provided, are sometimes very difficult. That’s why B Medical Systems has developed a Health Center Kit, a new tool that uses excess electricity from solar panels to secure certain needs, such as lighting, mobile phones, ventilation and even DC power supply for any other application.
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00:20:46

Five senses

A movie, produced for the 10th year anniversary of the introduction of vaccine vial monitors (VVM). FIVE SENSES...
A movie, produced for the 10th year anniversary of the introduction of vaccine vial monitors (VVM). FIVE SENSES focuses on how this simple tool expands the horizon of the immunization programme and empowers health workers serving people at the very periphery of the health system. The theme and the goal are specific but there are scenes, human conditions, different livings for everybody to see and think about them. Shot in Niger, Vietnam and Indonesia in 2007.
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00:02:36

A tale of two mothers | #VaccinesWork | UNICEF

Two mothers, two children, two very different journeys for vaccines.

We follow the fictional story of two South...
Two mothers, two children, two very different journeys for vaccines.

We follow the fictional story of two South African mothers trying to get their child vaccinated who are met with different outcomes. 1 in 5 children around the world are unable to receive vaccinations because of unequal access to immunization services.

Let’s close the gap and make sure ALL children - especially the poorest and most marginalized - have access to the vaccines they need: http://www.unicef.org/immunization
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00:03:36

Immunisation Song for World Immunisation Week

A video from UNICEF Uganda with a message on immunisation and the benefits of immunising children. Learn more:...
A video from UNICEF Uganda with a message on immunisation and the benefits of immunising children. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1f59Tax
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In the wake of Wakefield

Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born,...
Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born, when researcher, Andrew Wakefield and his co-authors published a paper in the medical journal The Lancet suggesting a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. As we know, in the years that followed, Wakefield's paper was completely discredited as "an elaborate fraud" and retracted. Attempts by many other researchers to replicate his "findings" have all failed and investigations unearthed commercial links and conflicts of interests underpinning his original work. Wakefield himself was struck off the medical register. And yet, the ripples of that episode are still being felt today all over the world as a resurgent anti-vaccine movement continues to drive down inoculation rates, particularly in developed Western societies, where measles rates have rocketed particularly in Europe and the United States. But the Wakefield scandal hasn't just fostered the current ant-vax movement but has played a key role in helping to undermine trust in a host of scientific disciplines from public health research to climate science and GM technology. Through the archive, science journalist Adam Rutherford explores the continuing legacy of the anti-vaccine movement on the anniversary of one of its most notorious episodes, and explore its impact on health, on research and on culture both at home and abroad.
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00:11:59

Storage facility design / Site and buildings - Andrew Garnett

Andrew Garnett reviews the storage facility design with a particular emphasis on the site and buildings through...
Andrew Garnett reviews the storage facility design with a particular emphasis on the site and buildings through analysing the reasons for storing cold chain products, different types and functions of storage facilities, location, access, security, general building design issues.
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00:02:22

68th WHA: What are key challenges countries face with strengthening vaccine systems?

Experts outline key challenges to strengthening health systems for vaccine delivery at the 68th WHA
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WHO: Vaccine-derived polioviruses

To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short...
To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short video explains how these rare virus strains emerge and how to stop them.
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00:08:30

Medical Waste Disposal Unit - Liberia

Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation &...
Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation & Training in Liberia. http://www.unicef.org
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00:10:43

Documents, records and records management - James Vesper

James Vesper reviews the critical aspects of documents, records and record management. Documents like procedures,...
James Vesper reviews the critical aspects of documents, records and record management. Documents like procedures, protocols, methods, and specifications provide instructions so people can perform tasks and make decisions safely, effectively, compliantly, and consistently. Records, such as batch manufacturing records, cleaning logs, and laboratory data sheets and notebooks provide evidence that actions were taken and decisions were (hopefully) made in keeping with procedures and GMP expectations. Reports, another type of documentation, provide specific information on a particular topic (like an investigation or one aspect of product development) in a formal, standardized way.
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00:05:03

In Kenya, protecting against a silent killer

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Read more about the tetanus vaccination campaign in Kenya here:...
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Read more about the tetanus vaccination campaign in Kenya here: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/kenya_73692.html.

Maternal and neonatal tetanus is a disease of the poor; most cases are found in communities with limited access to immunization and to quality healthcare before, during and after birth. Many newborns and mothers affected by the disease, which is known as a 'silent killer', die at home without ever being in contact with health providers. Often, neither birth nor death will be reported. Seeking to change this harsh reality, a recent vaccination campaign brought life-saving jabs to women of childbearing age, protecting them as well as and their unborn babies against the disease.

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00:08:29

Medical Waste Disposal Unit - Liberia

Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation &...
Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation & Training in Liberia. http://www.unicef.org
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00:02:26

The evidence for optimism

Melinda Gates looks at the qualitative and quantitative data that makes her believe the world is getting better.
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An entirely preventable public health crisis

How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living...
How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living in substandard conditions before they fled Myanmar.
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Preventing a Measles Outbreak in Central African Republic

MSF is vaccinating 68,000 children for measles in five camps in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) in order to...
MSF is vaccinating 68,000 children for measles in five camps in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) in order to prevent an outbreak. Hundreds of thousands of people are currently displaced in camps around Bangui as a result of violence since early December.
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Immunisation in Pakistan: Challenges and Perseverance - a film by GAVI Alliance

A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

Find out more about...
A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

Find out more about the introduction of pneumococcal vaccine in Pakistan - http://www.gavialliance.org/library/news/press-releases/2012/pakistan-is-first-south-asian-country-to-launch-vaccine-against-childhood-pneumonia/
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00:22:17

Shake and Tell

This is the first ever video of a full fledge scientific article on the validity of the shake test. Shake test is...
This is the first ever video of a full fledge scientific article on the validity of the shake test. Shake test is the only test available to diagnose whether a freeze-sensitive vaccine has been damaged by freezing.
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00:09:29

Theory of Change: An Effective Tool for Finding Community Supply Chain Solutions

The SC4CCM project is using a Theory of Change to find simple, affordable, and sustainable supply chain solutions to...
The SC4CCM project is using a Theory of Change to find simple, affordable, and sustainable supply chain solutions to address the unique challenges facing community health workers
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00:05:26

Saving India's Children - The Call to Action on Routine Immunization

Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths...
Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths worldwide - about 400,000 in India alone
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The Americas vs. Measles and Rubella: One Shot to Win the Game!

The Americas vs. Measles and Rubella: One Shot to Win the Game!
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Polio - the journey to eradication in South-East Asia

Since 1995, over 12 billion doses of polio vaccine have been delivered to children in South-East Asia. This video...
Since 1995, over 12 billion doses of polio vaccine have been delivered to children in South-East Asia. This video outlines the challenges faced by the immunization campaign and the innovative work involved in the WHO South-East Asia polio eradication programme. Produced by WHO, Regional Office for South-East Asia (WHO/SEARO), New Delhi.

To find out more about WHO's polio eradication work in South-East Asia, visit:
http://www.searo.who.int/entity/immunization/
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00:19:19

Tunisie: Innovations dans la logistique des vaccins (French)

Ce documentaire présente le projet Optimize en Tunisie qui étudie les avantages d'une chaine d'approvisionnement...
Ce documentaire présente le projet Optimize en Tunisie qui étudie les avantages d'une chaine d'approvisionnement rationalisée et intégrée, énergétiquement indépendante et basée sur un système d'informations informatisé.

Video Producer: Aya Kouamé
Copyright: World Health Organization, 2012
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The Two Polio Vaccines

Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective...
Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective vaccines. Find out about the oral polio vaccine and the inactivated poliovirus vaccine and their roles in the polio eradication effort.
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00:06:21

Ebola Prevention in English (accent from Sierra Leone)

Ebola Prevention in English (accent from Sierra Leone)

Ebola is a life threatening disease caused by the Ebola...
Ebola Prevention in English (accent from Sierra Leone)

Ebola is a life threatening disease caused by the Ebola virus. There is currently no cure or vaccine. Although the disease is dangerous and can kill in a short time, we can stop Ebola from spreading. Early treatment can also increase chances of surviving Ebola. This video provides information on the symptoms of Ebola, how it spreads, and how we can help stop it from spreading.

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00:02:40

Why vaccines work! #reacheverychild

Immunisation is one of the most effective measures to prevent infectious diseases. German development cooperation in...
Immunisation is one of the most effective measures to prevent infectious diseases. German development cooperation in the field of health focuses on strengthening national health care systems. The current Ebola crisis is a very painful reminder that in countries with well-functioning health care systems diseases can be quickly stopped in their tracks and immunisation programmes more easily organised.
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00:09:00

Supportive Supervision of Supply Chain Personnel

Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain...
Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain management. Conducting regular supervision can alert program managers of potential problems within the logistics system, which, once addressed, help strengthen the system and better ensure commodity availability.

This video, produced by the USAID | DELIVER project (http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome) , provides practical advice and tips for management-level staff on how to be an effective, supportive supervisor for supply chain activities.
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00:03:58

The Power of Early Treatment: Aminata’s Story of Ebola Survival and How She is Using it to Help Others

Like many West Africans afflicted with Ebola, Aminata Kargbo is believed to have contracted the virus by caring for...
Like many West Africans afflicted with Ebola, Aminata Kargbo is believed to have contracted the virus by caring for sick relatives and touching the bodies of deceased family members. Thinking her loved ones were dying of malaria, typhoid, or any number of other diseases common in her native Sierra Leone, Aminata did not realize she was putting herself at risk by trying to help. Fortunately, when Aminata herself fell ill, she immediately consulted a doctor. That consultation set in motion a chain of events that saved her life. The doctor told Aminata to report to a local Ebola treatment center, where she was diagnosed with the virus and given rehydration fluids and medications to help her body fight it off. Thanks to her swift reporting of symptoms and commitment to her treatment plan, Aminata is now Ebola-free and has arisen as a leading voice in the promotion of early treatment for the disease.
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00:03:59

Maintenant, c'est le moment (French)

Cette vidéo de trois minutes montre le défi croissant de maintenir des systèmes logistiques et d'approvisionnement...
Cette vidéo de trois minutes montre le défi croissant de maintenir des systèmes logistiques et d'approvisionnement fiables et propose des solutions potentielles de systèmes optimisés et efficaces permettant aux populations de recevoir les vaccins dont ils ont besoin.

Voir la vidéo en anglais: http://youtu.be/JVe9eLoauTQ

Copyright: PATH
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00:12:03

Storage facility design / Cold storage - Andrew Garnett

Andrew Garnett reviews the cold storage aspects of storage facility design and covers temperature controlled storage...
Andrew Garnett reviews the cold storage aspects of storage facility design and covers temperature controlled storage areas, order assembly areas and materials handling.
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How Best to Use Stability Data for Handling of Time and Temperature Sensitive Products - Claude Ammann

Claude Ammann reviews the importance of understanding regulations related to the stability testing to add value to...
Claude Ammann reviews the importance of understanding regulations related to the stability testing to add value to evaluate temperature excursions.
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How does a VVM work? - Denis Maire

Denis Maire summarizes the technical characteristics of VVMs and explains how they work.
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Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Management on Wheels course evaluation - 2014

On the 8th of June 2014, 14 participants from the private and public sectors gathered in Izmir, Turkey for a 631 km...
On the 8th of June 2014, 14 participants from the private and public sectors gathered in Izmir, Turkey for a 631 km of a learning journey. Together with 3 mentors and a tour guide, they traveled along the supply chain to study the management of time and temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals. This is what they have said on the last day of the journey...
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00:03:52

Bill Gates: Vaccines Save Lives | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Bill Gates discusses the incredible lifesaving power of vaccines. In particular, he highlights the case of polio,...
Bill Gates discusses the incredible lifesaving power of vaccines. In particular, he highlights the case of polio, which is 99 percent eradicated and within reach of being the second disease to ever be completely eliminated from the world.

Learn more at http://www.gatesfoundation.org
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Saving the lives of children under five through supply chain innovations

6.6 million children die before their 5th birthday from conditions that could be prevented or cured at very little...
6.6 million children die before their 5th birthday from conditions that could be prevented or cured at very little cost. Community health workers can be life savers but need the right medicine, in the right doses, at the right time. Investing in proven supply chain solutions is vitally important so community health workers can access medicines to save children's lives.

Learn about JSI project SC4CCM's experience testing simple and affordable innovations to overcome supply chain bottlenecks at the community level.

Learn more at: WWW.SC4CCM.JSI.COM
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01:19:26

Role of New and Existing Technologies and Adjuvants and Technology Transfer Models

Presentations and discussion session. Presentations: 1) Roles of Existing Technologies and Adjuvants by Dr. Robin...
Presentations and discussion session. Presentations: 1) Roles of Existing Technologies and Adjuvants by Dr. Robin Robinson 2) Cell-Based and Recombinant Influenza Vaccine Manufacturing Technologies for Pandemic Influenza Preparedness by Dr. Armen Donabedian 3) Gates Foundation Influenza Vaccine Program by Dr. Douglas Holtzman 4) Examples of Vaccine Know-How Transfer by Dr. Jan Hendriks

http://www.globalhealth.gov/topics/vaccineWorkshops/01112010v.html
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00:04:54

Polio Immunization in Bihar, India - YouTube.flv

Polio immunization in one of India's last remaining polio reservoir. Although India has not reported a single case...
Polio immunization in one of India's last remaining polio reservoir. Although India has not reported a single case of polio since January 2011, Immunization campaigns continue in high risk area such as the Kosi river belt in Bihar.
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00:03:08

Vaccines in the news once again. With good reason

News from the American Council on Science and Health
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An introduction to quality risk management - James Vesper

Risk management involves a series of activities that are sequenced so that one step informs or shapes those that...
Risk management involves a series of activities that are sequenced so that one step informs or shapes those that follow. James Vesper provides a high-level overview of the entire process.
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00:01:58

What can governments do to help young people thrive?

Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the...
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the future?
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00:17:50

Nothing Stands Still - Pharmaceutical cold chain management on wheels 2008

The video of the WHO-PDA Pharmaceutical cold chain management on wheels course conducted during 2-7 June 2008 in...
The video of the WHO-PDA Pharmaceutical cold chain management on wheels course conducted during 2-7 June 2008 in Istanbul, Ankara, Konya, Eskişehir and Bursa (a 1,400 km route), Turkey.
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00:09:42

Packaging design - Kevin O'Donnell

Kevin O'Donnell discusses the 5 packaging material (nylon, EPS, PUR, airliner and VIP)...
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Beating Ebola | Bruce Aylward | TEDxPlaceDesNations

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Ebola: efforts to combat...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Ebola: efforts to combat the unprecedented outbreak in West Africa can succeed, and have already led to marked improvements in certain areas, but the fight will not be ‎over until the last case is addressed.


Dr Bruce Aylward is the Assistant Director-General of a cluster which brings together WHO's work in polio eradication and humanitarian response.
A Canadian physician and epidemiologist, Dr Aylward is the author of some 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters. He joined the World Health Organization in 1992 as a Medical Officer with the Expanded Programme on Immunization. He worked for seven years with national immunization programmes at the field level in the Middle East, western Pacific, Europe, North Africa and central and southeast Asia. Since 1998, Dr Aylward has been responsible for the oversight and coordination of all polio eradication activities across WHO's Regional Offices and the Global Polio Eradication Initiative partnership. Since 2011, Dr Aylward has led WHO’s work in preparedness, readiness and response to humanitarian emergencies as the lead agency of the Global Health Cluster.

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Get Vaccinated with the Surgeon General & Elmo!

The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, and Elmo want you to stay healthy and get vaccinated!

Visit...
The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, and Elmo want you to stay healthy and get vaccinated!

Visit http://www.vaccines.gov/ today.

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